Emet Kamala-Sweetzer

Played by Sarayu Blue

Actor Bio

Sarayu Blue stars as Emet Kamala-Sweetzer on the new NBC comedy "I Feel Bad."

A native of Madison, Wisconsin, Blue began acting in high school and went on to receive her BA in theater arts from the University of Iowa and her MFA from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.

Blue recently starred opposite John Cena, Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz in the hit feature "Blockers."

Blue's stardom rose with her portrayal of Dr. Sydney Napur on David E. Kelley's TNT medical drama "Monday Mornings," based on celebrated neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay Gupta's book of the same name. She has accumulated many TV credits, including a recent series regular role on The CW's "No Tomorrow," as well as recurring roles on the ABC series "The Real O'Neals," the Fox series "Sons of Tucson" and CBS' "NCIS: Los Angeles." Additional television credits include "Veep," "Station 19," "Wisdom of the Crowd," "Grey's Anatomy," "The Big Bang Theory," "Franklin & Bash," and "Harry's Law."

Blue's stage credits include "The Cherry Orchard" at Yale Repertory Theatre, ACT's "A Christmas Carol" and "The Tamer Tamed" at Shakespeare Santa Cruz. 

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